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wills is a geology student at cal tech. he began snapping pictures when the rocks started to fall. >> each picture looked crazier and crazier. whole hillside collapsed and had rocks the size of maybe a small car, more like a piano size rock. >> reporter: wills had come to watch the stormy conditions. he doesn't think the high waves caused the collapse. >> probably just moisture that had been seeping into the rocks from the last storm that went through and it gradually, eventually the arch just fell apart. >> reporter: tourists to the area say it's not quite the same now. >> i went down there to see the hole and there's no arch. >> all i could think of, what else is going to crumble? >> this is just part of my, you know, part of my heart. but things go on. >> reporter: the forces that created the natural treasure have now reclaimed it. but they leave behind the reminder that we must appreciate nature's beauty when we find is because no earthly thing lasts forever. >> the extremes that some people will go to to sell a book. linda yee watched a risk taking author go for it. but she s
that interests barbara thompson that came to the cal show at the palace for ammunition. >> i live on a ranch and i have critters that i have to protect and a family. >> and ammo is hard to come by. several types sold out on day one of the show. >> all the way down here and stood in line for an hour. that's how bad it is. >> the demand for all thing gup related has hit unpress dented levels since lawmakers talked about harbor gun laws since sandy hook last month. >> i want to get whatever i can before anything changes. >> we were expecting a large crowd. we had no anticipation that we would have a crowd like this. >> they wouldn't let the media inside the building but with a crowd of 18,000, it was packed inside. >> and pretty much knew we weren't going to get ammo. the lines are like incredibly long. >> and some lawmakers want to make it harder to get ammo with stricter rules. >> right now it is so easy for anyone to bullets. >> gun enthusiastics tightening the law where people are stocking up. >> i have three or four guns but i can't get ammo. what good is that. >> sunday is the final day o
. now, he is out of prison altogether. thoughts from a man who was spared a life sentence thanks to cal voters. >>> and it's the art project a lot of people are looking forward to. tonight, a very small sneak preview. >>> tonight we start with what you're talking about. how cold it is outside right now. roberta gonzalez is here to tell us about it. let's get to t we have a bit of a wind. that's adding a windchill factor in tonight's forecast, 43 in livermore. san fransisco at 46. factor in the wind it feels like it's the 30s outside. tonight most of the bay area dipping down to near freezing or even below. coldest location will be livermore at 27 degrees. got to go back to january 3rd to find that kind of temperature. otherwise just about freezing around the peninsula. you see these red highlighted areas, that's where there is a freeze warning that goes into effect in a matter of hours from now, 2 a.m. tomorrow morning to 8 a.m. when many of you are heading out the door for your morning rush. the blue area is the frost advisory which encompasses most of the bay area. we'll talk about th
, thousands flock to a so cal gun show plus the new bay area push to curb gun violence. >>> we are starting out with a fairly wet forecast for the bay area, especially in the southeast bay. the entire forecast in just a few minutes. >>> they are in fact items that need to be appropriately addressed for purposes of keeping the economy going. >> and you're political insiders sound off on the fiscal cliff add-ons. the big money winners that went to the jackpot after congress finally reached a deal. >>> it's 8:30, sunday, january 6th. thanks for joining us. i'm anne makovec. >> and i'm bill. everything from the fiscal cliff to global warming to a solution. the heat -- >> we are going to be talking with a lawmaker from berkeley, she is talking about introducing a bill that would limit the amount of ammunition you can buy. of course that's controversial in its own right. we will have our discussion with her. >>> but first -- >> a state lawmaker from san francisco is proposing a homeless bill of rights. it basically -- the idea is to protect the civil rights of homeless people. >> statewide rec
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